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educational experiment in northern Nigeria in its cultural setting
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Desmond Wright Bittinger.|
|LC Classifications||LA1611.N5 B5 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 343 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||343|
|LC Control Number||a 41004902|
Vaccination is a crucial tool for preventing and controlling disease, but its use has been plagued by controversies worldwide .In this article, I look at the controversy surrounding the immunization program against polio in Nigeria, in which three states in northern Nigeria in boycotted the polio immunization campaign. Editing the Code of Violence in Northern Nigeria through STEAM Education Commentary by Hauwa Ibrahim, J.D., S.J.D., M.L., and LaShawnda Lindsay, Ph.D. Nigeria, rich with its cultural diversity and natural resources, faces many social and economic challenges that threaten the financial stability of .
In , the conflict in North-eastern Nigeria entered its eleventh year. Since , the Boko Haram insurgency has resulted in the death of tens of thousands of civilians and displaced millions across the Lake Chad region, which straddles Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria. NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN STATES OF NIGERIA: A RE-DIRECTION OF EDUCATIONAL POLICIES Professor Omamurhomu Solomon Okobiah (J.P) Delta State University Abraka 13th March, I. INTRODUCTION: For almost three centuries before the coming of the “Western form” of education into Nigeria through the Christian missionaries in the 19th century, the.
The State, Ulama and Education in Nigeria 3 The most distinctive feature that defines the ulama is their expertise in, and preoccupation with, religious, educational and legal affairs that constitute the broad ideological parameters of Islamic societies (Umar ). Historically, being a member of the ulama establishment entailed full-time engagement with matters of scholarship and piety. Education is not only a right of every child as advocated for by the United Nations (UN), it is a Constitutional enactment in Nigeria through ‘The Compulsory, Free, Universal Basic Education Act, and other Related Matters’ leading to the setting aside of two percent (2%) of the consolidated revenue for its implementation.
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Get this from a library. An educational experiment in northern Nigeria in its cultural setting. [Desmond W Bittinger]. ‘An Education Experiment in Northern Nigeria in its Cultural Setting’ (unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, ), p.
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Literature in Northern Nigeria: Language and Popular Culture. Abstract. This essay delves into the study of literature in northern Nigeria. The study discusses the scope of literature, the region of Northern Nigeria and aspects of its popular culture, and finally goes ahead to examine the socio-political issues captured in Abubakar Gimba’s Inner Rumblings.
Almajiranci is a system of Islamic education practiced in northern Nigeria and it is also the name for a young boy who is taught within this system, the system is called Almajiranci, the male gender seeking Islam knowledge is called Almajiri, female gender is Almajira, and the plural is (almajirai).The system encourages parents to leave parental responsibilities to the attached Islamic school.
Nigeria have been observed to be affected adversely by gas flaring though, the vulnerability of children who spend most of their time in schools and the right for every child to acquire education.
Educational Policy in Nigeria Hauwa Imam the northern and the southern parts of Nigeria (Ogunsola, ). Also when grants in aid were given to missions and voluntary agencies’ schools, the Qur’anic schools were excluded because of their peculiar curriculum (Imam, ).
The colonial government needed vital personnel from amongst the. Nigeria has the largest Muslim population in West Africa.  The CIA estimates over 50% of the population is Muslim while the BBC estimated in that slightly over 50% of the population is s in Nigeria are predominantly Sunnis of the Maliki school of thought.
However, there is a significant Shia minority, primarily in Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Osun, Ilorin and. Girls brave violence for their education in northern Nigeria The kidnapping of girls from a physics exam by Boko Haram grabbed the world's attention. But this isn't isolated –. Education and Cultural Change in Northern Nigeriaexamines the effects of British educational policies on traditional northern Nigerian society.
Fearing that a proper education would lead to active discontent in the colony, the British devised a limited form of schooling which was designed to produce just enough trained people to serve the colonial bureaucracy without stirring up.
The Nok culture, an ancient culture dominated most of what is now Northern Nigeria in pre historic times, its legacy in the form of terracotta statues and megaliths have been discovered in Sokoto, Kano, Birinin Kudu, Nok and Kwatarkwashi culture, a variant of the Nok culture centred mostly around Zamfara in Sokoto Province is thought by some to be the same or an offshoot of the Nok.
Despite increasingly widespread adoption of technologies in virtually every aspect of K education, significant challenges are preventing widespread effective implementation. According to researchers, though some of those challenges are systemic and some related to the technologies themselves, teachers and education leaders share in the blame as well.
Western Education in Northern Nigeria: Challenges and From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a Anambra areas Assalamu alaikum Barewa College basic Bauchi Bendel Benue Borno C/River Certificate classroom Commission for Nomadic culture economic Education in Nigeria Education in Northern educational institutions educational.
Like any other concept in social science, Education has been defined in different ways by several scholars. For example M.A Nwagu in "UPE issues, prospects and problems" defined Education as "the process by which every society attempts to preserve and upgrade the accumulated knowledge, skills and attitudes in its cultural setting and heritage in order to foster continuously the well-being of.
The education deprivation in northern Nigeria is driven by various factors, including economic barriers and socio-cultural norms and practices that discourage attendance in formal education, especially for girls.
In north-eastern Nigeria, million children are in need of education-in-emergencies support in three conflict-affected States. Get this from a library. Education and cultural change in Northern Nigeria, a study in the creation of a dependent culture.
[P K Tibenderana]. Western education, and its importance in the debate on Universal Primary Education. The remainder of the article is an attempt to give some insight into the nature and functioning of traditional Qur'anic education, implicitly (but consciously) comparing and contrasting the latter with Western education.
HISTORY OF QUR'ANIC EDUCATION IN NIGERIA. History of Education in Nigeria. Babs Fafunwa. NPS institutions instruction interest introduced Islamic Lagos language later learning major Ministry missionaries missions Muslim needs Nigeria Northern objectives officer opened organisation parents period political practical primary education primary school About Google Books.
So far, Cassava Republic has published eight books in the United States, including children’s books, crime novels and literary fiction, a nonfiction book about the. Education and Cultural Change in Northern Nigeria, A Study in the Creation of a Dependent Culture (Fountain Series in Education Studies) [Tibenderana, Peter K., Tibenderana, P.
K.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Education and Cultural Change in Northern Nigeria, A Study in the Creation of a Dependent Culture (Fountain Series in Education Author: Peter K. Tibenderana, P. K. Tibenderana.Education for All Global Monitoring Report (EAGMR) says Nigeria holds the world record of having the highest number of its young people out of school (Abdulrahman, ).
With approximately million kids out of school, Nigeria dominates twelve other countries with which it accounts for 47 percent of the global out-of-school population.IFRA Nigeria publications: e-books and e-papers; International Bureau of Education = Bureau de l'Education International: Nigeria (UNESCO, Geneva, Switzerland) Country report, September | part II.
(Nigeria, Federal Ministry of Education. 46th Session of the International Conference on Education, Geneva, September, ) PDF format.